Simply the zest
Warm up your wardrobe this autumn with versatile neutrals and pops of burnt orange from F&F, writes Denise Smith
Set your shopping trolley to zoom because you’re not going to want to miss one single item in Frankie Bridge’s latest F&F collection at Tesco.
Bursting with the most swoon-worthy pieces that will instantly elevate your wardrobe, Frankie says: “It’s been a dream of mine to create stylish, sustainable, size-inclusive and affordable clothing. Believe me when I say a lot of thought, passion and hard work has gone into each and every piece.”
Playing up burnt orange colour palettes,while leaning into cosy neutrals and everyday basics, the capsule features a selection of flattering, easy-to-wear pieces perfect for autumn.
With sizes ranging from 6-22 and prices starting from €22, there really is something for everyone. But if I had to pick a winner, this zesty orange wrap dress (right), paired with this season’s ‘it’ boot — think block heels and knee-high — would be awarded first prize.
There is also a lot to be said for a collection that is interchangeable. Available from Tesco stores and online exclusively at next.ie now.
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